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Flooky the Robot and Bobo, Emma, Pepi, and Jojo Bean take to the stage providing children with an engaging live show that incorporates a combination of learning intelligences including music, vocabulary, and math.
Bonaparte has a knack for captivating audiences with his award-winning magic blended with comedy, audience participation, origami, and balloon sculpture.
A dark exploration of growing up gay, Two Alike is a collaboration between Jack Ferver and the sculptor Mark Swanson, who designed a mirror-backed set reminiscent of the audition stage in A Chorus Line.
Before the Theater Communications Group conference, Akiba Abaka, Producing Director of Up You Mighty Race Company and Barbara Lewis, Director of The William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture, spoke to us about the their involvement in the conference and their expectations.
Jared Bowen caught up with a few of the attendees of the Theater Communications Group conference this week. It's the first time the conference has ever been held in Boston, signalling the significance of the city as a destination for the performance arts.